I just started going to a chiropractor again, and while we're on the same page about clean eating, he does recommend people go through a purification twice a year. They use Standard Process, which I have never heard of. I thought I'd ask you guys what you thought of it. It's for 21 days at a time:
Personally, I'd much rather do Primal Blueprint to lose weight than eat just salad, lentils/brown rice, shakes and supplements, but is there anything to this, oh wise PaleoHacks? The shakes are made with rice powder and whey.
I don't think that this sort of thing is necessary for most healthy people.
If I was going to do a sort of reboot of my intestinal flora I would do bone broth with supplements of fresh vegetable juice. I limit fiber for a while to help get some die off of the bacteria that focus more on processing carbs, but this is controversial, it is just what seems to help me.
The diet doesn't suck BUT when I read about purification, I think 'fasting'. To me, a one day fast with some lemon juice makes more sense than this diet. You already eat good. This SP diet is for people who desperately SAD. SAD food eaters have sad bodies.
Meh, I actually like Standard Process's approach to supplementation and they do provide quality products, but I'm not on board with their purification program that is based in CW. They do get some points in my book for whole food, organic supplements though.